Silver Button and Turquoise Necklace
This pretty necklace was created from a gorgeous button I found in a grab bag. The button was very Nouveau and I loved it so much that it was cast in silver. I paired it with a natural turquoise cabochon and together it makes a charming eye catching piece. details »
Chloes Classic Brights Dog Collar
These Dog Collars are classic designs that will last a life time. They never go out of style and are great for all year wear! Made with layered grosgrain ribbon and backed with brown nylon webbing. Comes in three classic bright colors: pink, green, and aqua!Collars are… details »
Constricted Heart Necklace
I made this heart necklace to be finished on both sides. It is totally reversible (same on both sides) so that if it should flip around while wearing it, you will not be seeing an unfinished back. The heart is formed by use of a hydraulic press which domes… details »
Tammy’s Treasures: I’m a self-taught and totally addicted metalsmith. I adore trying new things with different metals and wire. All of the items you see here are lovingly and carefully handcrafted by me. I strive to create beautiful jewelry that will last the wearer a lifetime.
I’m not a knitter, but I love the look of handspun yarn.
Danika: I love combining quality fibres and found materials to create beautiful, one of a kind yarns. I’m always experimenting to discover new, unexpected color and fiber combinations. I rarely repeat an exact colorway, so everything I make will always be one of a kind.
Athens, Georgia, known for its enormous college and crazed football fans, also has an engaging artist community. One market is not enough to contain them all. Athens Farmers Market, in Athens, and Oconee Farmers Market, in nearby Watkinsville, feature fresh produce, and handmade goods from March to November each year.
Look who I found in the Gallery!
White Earth Studio: White Earth, a series of porcelain vessels, is a homage to my childhood in the Dakotas, its visual images and memories. It is a deep respect, a bowing down to the earth where I have experienced it.
Walking the freshly plowed fields as a child, I would find fossils, shells and arrowheads heads. I have renewed and extended my fascination with these shapes. I have discovered new connections between the prairie (once an inland sea) and the ocean. Like the prairie and the sea, my pieces display hues against large neutral backgrounds – a touch of pink or a glint of pearl – finding a prairie rose in a otherwise green meadow, or a single shell on a stretch of sand.
White Earth comes from some part of me that works unconsciously, a part that reaches down into my memories. White Earth comes from that private part of me, and I hope it will touch that part in others.